Somewhere dissent and bickering with CMS became the order of the day and it has cost our industry dearly. It is time for a change. Policy administrators and the HME industry need to act as colleagues.
Providers work in an incredibly busy environment that is made even more complex by bad Medicare policies. However, providers must carve out time in August to battle those policies.
The fight against competitive bidding has been a difficult one, and after several efforts to repeal or replace the program it's becoming increasingly clear that the current strategy isn't working. Now the industry has a new bill that fixes a critical flaw with the program: suicide bids. Better yet, unlike past efforts, this legislation has a solid chance of passing as a standalone bill.
President of CEO of Spectrum Medical will serve as association’s Treasurer.
How non-contract suppliers can enter and succeed in the competitive bid arena.
Competitive bidding is not fair, but it doesn’t have to devastate your business, either. Even without a contract, you can survive -- and even flourish.
Tips, techniques and strategies for surviving and thriving in the diabetes market.Join us for this free webinar to learn how to navigate the diabetes market and use strategies and resources, some already available to you, to keep your customer base and make a profit in today's market.
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No Weak Links: How Providers Can Forge an Unbreakable Supply Chain
FREE event sponsored by McKesson
Your Audit Action Plan
The latest developments in CMS’s Medicare claims audit program and how you should respond.
FREE event sponsored by Brightree
To what degree are you lobbying on behalf of H.R. 5083, the Audit Improvement and Reform Act?
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